Jaimie Woo is a political advocate, storyteller, who has worked continuously in both the communications and policy sectors. Jaimie graduated from Duke University in 2013 with a B.A in Cultural Anthropology and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree at USC’s Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism where she is expected to graduate in 2020. Jaimie has experience working in various non-profit advocacy organizations and political communications like the U.S PIRG, the White House during the Obama Administration, and in the U.S House of Representatives in Washington D.C.
Jaimie not only has a background in political and non-profit advocacy, but she also worked for Emmy-nominated writer, director, and producer Sam Esmail. She has been published in numerous publications such as: The Washington Post, The Hill, CBS, Bloomberg, BNA Politico, The Houston Chronicle, The Fiscal Times, and Huffpost, Jaime is one of the ten women featured in the book-Yes She Can. The piece showcases the experiences of ten young female White House staffers during the Obama administration.
When she isn’t focusing on her formal obligations, Jaimie gives back to her community by using her knowledge and experience in entertainment, art, television, and film to expand awareness of various social causes.She currently resides in Los Angeles, CA, where she plans to explore more opportunities that bring forth multicultural and diverse platforms to advocate for further social change.